Sunday, February 23, 2014

Attaching Pictures In Microsoft Outlook Express

Outlook Express is the most popular email client that exists today. Microsoft introduced this application with many functions, which are so helpful to the users including the home as well as the business users. Moreover, it gives you an easy way to manage and access data like phone number and the email addresses of your contacts.
Most often, Outlook express is used to send and receive email messages. Sometimes, you will be in a situation where an image or a picture is to be attached to the email that you are sending. In fact, attaching a picture in Outlook is very easy and can be completed within a matter of minutes. Well, given below are the instructions given by the Outlook Express help team to attach a picture in Outlook.
  • Start the procedure of attaching a picture in Outlook Express by opening the Outlook application in your system. To do this, you need to click on the short cut icon for Outlook Express. When it opens, you need to click the option called Create Mail seen on the top left side of the Outlook window.
  • In the To section seen on the upper left side of the email, you need to enter the email address whom you wish to send it.
  • In the upper middle section of the email window, you will see an option called Insert. Click it.
  • From the drop down list under the option Insert, click on the option called File Attachment.
  • Now a pop up window will appear on the screen. On that window, click on the button called Browse.
  • Clicking the Browse button will help you search for the picture that you would like to send. If the images are saved in the folder called My Pictures, from the drop down Look in, click on My pictures.
  • On the pop up window that appears, click on the button OK.
  • Now in the section called Subject, you need to enter the subject title.
  • Similarly, in the section called email text, you need to enter the desired text.
  • Once you enter all the details, click the button Send seen on the top left corner of your window.
The above s instructions given by the Outlook Express help team would help you attach a picture to the email that you are sending. To know more about this, visit the Outlook Express support center online.

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